BloodRayne: The Third Reich

Synopsis: Rayne fights against the Nazis in Europe during World War II, encountering Ekart Brand, a Nazi leader whose target is to inject Adolf Hitler with Rayne's blood in an attempt to transform him into a dhampir and attain immortality.
79 min

Even when

it's pigs blood?


I mean you did get me blood,

I don't mean to be


Well, then it certainly

comes effortlessly to you.

Oh, a crack in the veneer.

And here we were, Vasyl,

worried our Dhamphir.

Would be just a humorless

killing machine.

How many trains,

do you figure?

As many as they feel

are necessary.

I've heard they've completely

emptied some of the ghettos.

Do you know the odds

are against us, Nathaniel,

that the Germans get stronger

while we dwindle away?

We're losing.

While we're out here being

picked off

Like rats in cage.

Well, that's a particularly

cheerful thought.

I keep thinking about

the people on the train.

Who we saved.

And what about the next one

and the one after that?

It never ends.

We do what we can,

it's as simple as that.

The rest you have to let it go.

I've never been the one

to 'let things go'.

No, you certainly haven't.

My sauce is getting hot.

Is our Dhamphir

not staying?

I've lost my appetite.


Apparently I burned the blood.


Get out!

This is an honor.

Your camp is too dark.

Slovakian generators,

or some such nonsense.

I trust you received

my communique?

Of course,

Silly man.

Just a moment.

The doctor is in his lab.


Oh my god!

I certainly hope not.

There are a plethora

of useless deities...

to worship, lieutenant,

if you're so inclined.

This is certainly

not one of them.

Is that a vampire?


Our night patrol

caught it scrounging...

near the west fence

a couple of nights ago.

Unprecedented happenstance.

I believe it was a gypsy

at one time,

but who's to say?

I've never seen one.

Which is why

you're alive.

These creatures

no longer have any bonds...

to the moral laws of man,

Which is why

you never trust a vampire.

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